Subject: CfA "Participant Observation and Collaboration in STS Ethnography", Workshop, 12-14 April 2018, Berlin

Dear colleagues,

we are happy to send out a first reminder for our call for application for an early career workshop on

"Participant Observation and Collaboration in STS Ethnography:
Generating Methodographic Sensibilities for Science & Technology

hosted by the Institute for European Ethnology at Humboldt University
Berlin (Germany) in cooperation with the ETHOS Lab of the IT
University of Copenhagen and taking place in Berlin from April
12-14th, 2018.

The workshop focuses on the methods of participant observation and
collaboration in and around the field in STS ethnography. By that, we
seek to strengthen the capacity for methodography, the empirical study
of research methods in practice. Prior to the workshop participants
share draft articles on the workshop theme. These are discussed
throughout the workshop, commented on and re-written during a practice
unit. All workshop applicants are expected to also submit a revised
paper for the organisers’ event at the upcoming EASST conference in
Lancaster, UK (25-28th July 2018). The revised papers are intended for
a future special issue, guest-edited by the workshop organisers.

Contributors include John Law (Lancaster University), Rachel
Douglas-Jones (IT University of Copenhagen), Ingmar Lippert (IT
University of Copenhagen), Estrid Sørensen (Ruhr University Bochum)
and Jörg Niewöhner (Humboldt University Berlin).

Please find the complete call at

We are looking forward to your application by December 1st!


Julie Mewes and Göde Both for the organising team
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